Vinícius Vieira

Born in Joinville, a city of the State Santa Catarina-Brazil, Vinícius Vieira studied at the Bolshoi Theater Ballet School in Brazil from 2003 to 2011. In 2012, he was hired by the Companhia Jovem Bolshoi Brasil under the direction of Pavel Kazarian, where he participated in the works "Jurei Pro Amor Um Dia Te Encontrar" by Jomar Mesquita, "Giselle" by Vladmir Vasiliev, “Raymonda” by Marius Petipa and “Elegya” by Vladmir Vasiliev. He also danced the role of Prince Desirée in Marius Petipa's "Sleeping Beauty" in the version of Mario Galizzi at the Municipal Theater of Lima, Peru. As a dancer with the São Paulo Companhia de Dança, he performed solo roles in "Swan Lake", "La Sylphide" and "Spectre de La Rose" by Mario Galizzi, "Les Sylphides" by Ana Botafogo, and "Giselle" by Lars Van Cauwenbergh among others like “The Seasons and Trick Cell Play” by Edouard Lock, “Anthem” by Goyo Montero, “Céu Cinzento” by Clébio de Oliveira, “Rococo Variation” by Sthephen Shropshire, “Workwithinwork” by William Forsythe, “Petite Mort” by Jiri Kylian, "Suite for two pianos" von Uwe Scholz, "Gnawa" von Nacho Duato and “Odisseia” by Joelle Bouvier. In the 2022/23 season he moved to Europe as a company member of the Ballett am Rhein and has since been seen as Franz in Demis Volpi's "Krabat" and the role of the Nutcracker in Volpi's "Der Nussknacker". He also danced in Marcos Morau's "le sacre du printemps", "Coppélia x Machina" by Hélène Blackburn and "North Country" by Bridget Breiner, among others.